WHAT TO READ THIS WEEKEND #01
This past December, Frank Ocean got on the phone with Vegyn and Emmet Cruddas, the co-hosts of his Apple Music show Blonded Radio, to discuss Ocean's evolving approach to music, why he made his Instagram public, what has inspired him through the year, his experience with moving to New York and talking about his vices. ''I feel like there was dissonance between how I was seen by the audience and where I was actually.''
One of the first black designers to win international acclaim, Joe Casely-Hayford, died at age 62, after a three-year battle with cancer. He was one of the most acclaimed British Fashion designers of his generation. Read about his legacy and accomplishments since his first collection back in 1983.
With the 20th anniversary of “The Sopranos” premiere happening this week, there’s a lot of chatter about the show’s legacy. This New York Times' guide will help you with watching in an efficient but quick way. ''For both a short dip and a deeper dive.''
''For the first time in its 127-year history, the APA has issued guidelines to help psychologists specifically address the issues of men and boys.'' American Psychological Association links 'masculinity ideology' to homophobia and misogyny. This article talks about the guidelines psychologists will use to make their subjects recognize their masculinity and that it is based on social, cultural, and contextual norms. To make more men realize the effects of power, privilege, and sexism on the development of boys and men and on their relationships with others.